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HTC Desire with BoomBass

As the news comes that smartphones maker don't stop to release new phones as compare to old one.The first announcements of smartphone we here from IFA in Berlin this week comes from HTC.

Firstly Samsung ,Apple and now HTC release HTC Desire 601 and 300 with Vivid Blue HTC One Mini. HTC Desire 601 is comes in Dual sim with Android 4.3 jelly been also known as “Zara” and the size of Desire 300 same as HTC One Mini. The Desire 300 packing a 4.3 inch with dual core processor and have 5-megapixel camera. HTC Desire 601 available in approx 51000.

HTC also provide their expanding accessory lineup with the BoomBass Bluetooth-enabled subwoofer.
The BoomBass Bluetooth-enabled subwoofer are nice when showing of videos we capured or watched on youtube with family and friends. HTC was launched Bluetooth-enabled subwoofer with dedicated amplifire that was made for improve the BoomSound experience.

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